When one of your children is a bedwetter, it can be a very sensitive topic. You want your child to know it’s just a part of growing up and that there’s nothing wrong with them. Parents have to crack down on siblings who like to give them a hard time. It’s hard to understand. You make sure they don’t drink any liquids before bedtime. And you make sure they use the restroom before lying down to sleep. But the accidents still happen.
What’s the problem? Is it normal? Can you do something to help your child?
Finally, there’s a guide with all the answers. Finally, your child and you can beat the problem together. One step at a time with…
101 Tips to Stop Your Child Bedwetting Forever!
You don’t have to be a doctor to cure your child’s bedwetting habit!
When your son or daughter is too afraid to go to a sleepover. Or too afraid to go on the family camping trip. You just know something has to be done.
It hurts to see your child so ashamed and embarrassed. You do your best to make sure it’s just “our little secret.” But the burden of believing you have a secret none of your friends can know… is incredibly hard on your child.
You’re the parent and you want to help. Well, I have good news for you. Let me ask you…
Who Else Wants Their Child To Feel Tired When It’s Time For Bed, Not Terrified?
Most kids don’t like going to bed. But not every child fears it. With a bedwetter, there’s always the lingering fear of what’s going to happen while they are asleep. And it’s not a good feeling.
Within my 51 page guide, “101 Tips to Stop Your Child’s Bedwetting Forever,” I’ll teach you how to gently help your child take control of the situation. With tips, tricks, and methods for waking up dry – my report really is the secret tool families use to cure bedwetting.
The report is 100% digital, so you can download it straight to your computer in just minutes from now.
Here is just SOME of the information you will find inside:
6 signs that you need to look into the problem seriously. (Page 4)
How your behavior can affect your child’s bedwetting. Are you making it worse? (Page 5)
What to tell your child to make him or her feel better about the situation. (Pages 5-6)
Is it time to go to a doctor? (Page 6)
How to make “bedtime” less stressful for your child. (Pages 6-7)
Does your child really have a problem? Or is it normal? (Page 7)
How to make it easier for your child to let you know there was an accident. (Page 8)
10 signs that you need to seek more aggressive treatment. (Page 9)
Why making your child get to sleep earlier can actually help him or her to stop wetting the bed. (Page 10)
6 steps to making sure your child doesn’t contract any skin irritations. (Page 11)
The worst thing you can do to try and stop bedwetting. (Pages 11-12)
How to give your child hope. (Page 13)
How to implement “night lifting” to keep your child dry. (Pages 13-14)
3 bladder control exercises for your child. (Pages 14-15)
Which liquids to keep your child away from in the evening. (Page 16)
3 types of medications that just might be the ticket. (Pages 17-19)
10 things you might want to write down in a journal every time your child wets the bed to help find the problem area. (Pages 19-20)
What your pediatrician needs to know to form a good opinion. And when you should think about getting a second opinion. (Pages 20-21)
4 places to start doing more research. (Pages 22-24)
7 extra resources that can give you more information on your child’s specific problem. (Pages 24-26)
5 things to consider before you pick up your own bedwetting resources. (Page 26)
What are moisture detector alarms and why do they make a big difference? (Page 27)
13 ways to evaluate a moisture detector to make sure it’s right for your child. (Pages 27-29)
The special product that can make cleaning up a breeze. (Pages 30-31)
The magic product that can keep your child dry and odor free at sleepovers. (Page 32)
Why your child’s school bathroom and drinking habits may be the problem. (Page 33)
A teaspoon of what? Find out what “magical” remedy (that tastes good) may help your child make it through the night dry. (Page 34)
What to do if you’re preteen or teen is still wetting the bed. Is there a more serious problem? (Pages 36-37)
How to handle a possible infection caused by wet sheets. (Page 38)
Is “Dry Bed Training” right for your child? (Page 38)
How to handle your child’s thoughts when they are embarrassed, confused, ashamed, and discouraged. (Pages 39-42)
How to help your child deal with teasing at school. (Pages 42-44)
How to help your child cope with his or her “secret.” (Pages 44-45)
How to calm your child’s deepest worry, “What will others think?” (Pages 46-47)
And there’s MUCH more!